As authorities begin clearing France’s largest informal refugee camp, a photo series explores the “jungles” created by Europe’s dysfunctional migration policies.
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Colombia is nearing a historic peace agreement with the leftist guerrilla group FARC, but will face many obstacles in implementing the deal.
Two capitals in one: a joint Belgian and European response is how we defeat terrorism.
Paraguay’s new access to information law, enacted with the support of civil society organizations, has been used to uncover corruption across various government agencies.
To counterbalance endless images of violence and rubble, a group in Syria is training filmmakers to excavate personal stories from the conflict.
At the city’s Insite facility, people who use drugs can self-inject in a safe, supervised environment using clean equipment.
For Roma women, fighting domestic violence is complicated by the fact that the very topic can perpetuate myths.
The country is revolutionizing its education system with free online textbooks that can be adapted, translated, and altered by teachers and students.
Only by joining the world's leaders at the UN's meeting on global drug policy can Obama signal his seriousness about reform.
Its constitution is one of the world's most progressive, but you'd never know it from the way South Africa continues to fight drugs.
After 25 years of democracy, the country may finally be on the verge of putting a dent in its most persistent problem.